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"The Misses von Pahlen," an intense and personal seven-part novel that has been likened to the great works of D.H, was the subject of actress Mai Zetterling's feature film directorial debut. There is a person named Lawrence. As three pregnant women from different background wait to have their babies in a hospital in Sweden at the outbreak of the Great War, they relive their childhood and youthful experiences through individual flashbacks. Zetterling's film was a fusion of personal emotional drama and a commentary on the role of women in a society in moral decline, using Ingmar Bergman's style of Swedish filmmaking and collaborating with many of his favorite actors as well as the great cinematographer.
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Loving Couples (Swedish: Älskande par) is a 1964 Swedish drama film directed by Mai Zetterling. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.
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